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“Fantasy” Celebrates Release of 2013 Barely Bejeweled Calendar and 13 year anniversary

The gorgeous ladies of FANTASY, the sexy revue at Luxor Hotel and Casino, celebrated the release of their seductive 2013 “Barely Bejeweled” calendar and the show’s 13th anniversary, Tuesday night, October 16.

Shot by renowned photographer Oscar Picazo, “Barely Bejeweled” showcases FANTASY’s gorgeous dancers draped in opulent jewelry and little else. Set on a hot summer day in the Las Vegas desert, the calendar unveils a different performer for each month of 2013 as well as two bonus months – November and December 2012. Portions of the calendar sale proceeds will go The Shade Tree, a charitable organization that supports victims of domestic violence.

Tuesday evening's festivities began with a pink carpet arrival of the stunning showgirls who dazzled in black corsets as they posed displaying the pages of the new calendar. Also walking the pink carpet were Fantasy producer Anita Mann, Luxor newcomers Jabbawockeez, the hunky men of Thunder From Down Under,  pliable dancer Alonzo “Turf” Jones from “America’s Got Talent,” Tropicana headliner celebrity magician Murray Sawchuck, singer Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees, singer/magician Ben Stone, Season 3 “American Idol” finalist, singer Jasmine Trias who presently performs with Society of Seven, Elvis' road manager Tony Esposito and renowned photographer Oscar Picazo, who shot the calendar.

"FANTASY" girls with their calendars
Photo credit: Tom Donoghue

"FANTASY" girls with hunks of "Thunder from Down Under"
Photo credit: Tom Donoghue

"FANTASY" cast with producer/choreographer Anita Mann and Elvis' road manager Tony Esposito
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"FANTASY" impressionist comedian Sean E Cooper (in black shirt) and Alonzo "Turf" Jones (in red shirt) from America's Got Talent with members of Jabbawokees
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

New cast member Chloe and husband, comedy magician, Murray
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Following a reception at Rice & Company, featuring complimentary drinks and hors devours, guests made their way to the Atrium Showroom where they enjoyed the sexy production complete with new costumes, two new members of the cast, dancers Chloe and Ashton, the debut of four racy new numbers including, “All Jacked Up” and “We Will Rock You”, and British bombshell, Tracey, performing her new solo inspired by Jessica Rabbit.

Tracy in Jessica Rabbit inspired solo
Photo credit: Tom Donoghue

Taking center-stage alongside the talented cast of beautiful dancers is powerhouse singer, Lorena Peril who adds an exciting and unforgettable element with her spitfire personality and amazing vocals. In addition, as the lone male member of the cast, comedian impressionist Sean E. Cooper delivers some comic relief with his spot on impressions of pop icons and hilarious new material.

Lorena Peril
Photo credit: Tom Donoghue

Celebrating 13 successful years on The Strip and voted “Best Showgirls” in the Las Vegas Review-Journal 2012 “Best of Vegas” poll, FANTASY has shaped itself into one of Las Vegas’ leading topless shows., Showcasing 15 high-energy numbers set to a variety of today’s top music genres, the sexy production is great for singles and couples alike.

FANTASY performs nightly at 10:30 p.m. in the Atrium Showroom at Luxor. Tickets start at $39, plus taxes and handling fees.  Guests must be 18 years of age or old.

The Amazing Johnathan Hosts Star-Studded VIP Event to Launch The SCREAMont Experiment

The Amazing Johnathan hosted exclusive tours and a private reception on Thursday, October 11, for his celebrity friends and the media to celebrate the opening of The Amazing Johnathan’s SCREAMont Experiment, a terrifying interactive walk-through attraction, at the Las Vegas Club in downtown Las Vegas.

Amazing Johnathan

Celebrities on the red carpet included comedy magician Mac King, Freakling Bros. producer and filmmaker J.T. Mollner along with Scorch the Clown, NFL player Bret Lockett, magician Murray SawChuck, Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul, BMX rider and reality TV star Ricardo Laguna and the casts of Fantasy and Thunder from Down Under, among others.

The Amazing Johnathan’s SCREAMont Experiment, the headlining comedy-magician’s first-ever Halloween event for the public, is a multi-level haunted hotel featuring 35,000 square-feet of themed rooms, optical illusions, mind-blowing special effects and terrifying twists around every corner. Formerly by invitation only, Amazing Johnathan’s annual private haunted event has been shocking and scaring guests for years.

You can read more about The SCREAMont Experience in this week's edition of Dianne Davis's column.

Bret Michaels Rocks “The D” as Part of New Casino's Grand Opening Celebration

It took over a year, but the hotel casino formerly known as Fitzgeralds on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas has completed its dramatic transformation into the D Las Vegas.As part of the weeklong mega-celebration to commemorate the grand opening of Sin City’s newest casino, on Saturday, October 13  Poison frontman and solo artist Bret Michaels delivered an electrifying concert for the public outside the doors of the property on the Third Street Stage of the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas.

Bret Michaels
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Michaels took a break from filming “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” alongside Vegas’ own Penn Jillette and flew in from New York just in time for the concert, telling the crowd, “there was no way I was missing the grand opening of the D tonight!” The star later tweeted a photo of his performance and said, “We made it in time to rock @thedlasvegas!”

Wearing his trademark bandana and a black tank top, Michaels opened the show with classic Poison hits “Talk Dirty to Me” and “Every Rose Has Its Thorn,” in addition to covers of rock classics such as Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama.” Ensuring fans didn’t miss a second of the concert, the show streamed live on the larger-than-life plasma video wall on the D Las Vegas’ exterior, in addition to FSE’s massive Viva Vision LED canopy.

Bret Michaels performs at the D Las Vegas
Photo credit: Isaac Brekken, Getty/WireImage

The rocker concluded the set with “Nothin’ but a Good Time.” At the end of the show, Michaels’ black electric guitar with 1980s-era musician strands was auctioned off for $3,100 to an audience member. The proceeds will go to charity. After the concert, Michaels tweeted a photo with the D’s owner: “With Derek Stevens of the @thedlasvegas @ Fremont Street Experience. You rock my brother! #LasVegas #Music #Concert”Michaels’ concert was the first of the D Las Vegas. OneRepublic will give another unforgettable performance on the Fremont Street Experience’s Third Street Stage Saturday, October 20.

"D" Co-owners Derek Stevens and Craig Stevens with Bret Michaels (center)
Photo credit: Isaac Brekken, Getty/WireImage

I was out of town and not able to attend the special Grand Opening Preview of the sleek new casino hotel on October 10,  but check out this week's edition of Burt Davis' column to get the scoop on the D Las Vegas.

Crazy Girls Hosts Pink Carpet Celebrity Event To Commemorate Historic
 25th Anniversary at Riviera Casino & Hotel

Las Vegas' longest running topless revue, Crazy Girls at Riviera Casino & Hotel celebrated its 25th Anniversary show on Wednesday, Oct. 3 with a Pink Carpet event, reception and performance.   Celebrity arrivals included Jimmy Emerson (La Cage); comedy magician Murray Sawchuck,  MTV Reality Star Ricardo Laguna, celebrity tattoo artist Mario Barth, and several former cast members of Crazy Girls.

Crazy Girls
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Crazy Girls with Norbert Aleman, creator of Crazy Girls (center) and Andy Choi, President and CEO of the Riviera
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Crazy Girls former cast members with creator Norbert Aleman
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Jimmy Emerson (La Cage)
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Chloe Louise (FANTASY)
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Comedy magician Murray Sawchuck
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Doug "Lefty" Leferovich
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Celebrity tattoo artist Mario Barth
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Ricardo Laguna
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Tony Ruivivar (Society of Seven)
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Crazy Girls former cast members
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Crazy Girls former cast member
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Crazy Girls former cast member
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Crazy Girls former cast member
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Crazy Girls former cast member
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Crazy Girls former cast member
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Crazy Girls former cast member
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

During the reception, which was held in the Riviera Comedy Club, Crazy Girls creator, Norbert Aleman was presented with a proclamation from Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman naming Oct. 3 “Crazy Girls Day”.  A commemorative cake was also brought on to the stage, which the cast shared with invited guests.

“When we opened Crazy Girls a quarter of a century ago, we had no idea it would become such a significant part of Las Vegas entertainment history,” says Norbert Aleman, creator of Crazy Girls.

Crazy Girls famous pose
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

“Crazy Girls has had nearly 17,000 shows, and I’m proud to say all of them have been here at the Riviera,” says Andy Choy, president and CEO of Riviera Casino & Hotel. “The controversy that surrounded the show when it opened in 1987 boosted its popularity to unbelievable heights, making Crazy Girls the must-see show on the Las Vegas Strip. That sentiment holds true today as we begin the show’s next 25-year run at Riviera.”

To commemorate the historic anniversary, Crazy Girls created Las Vegas’ Longest Butt Lineup, a reenactment of the iconic “No Ifs, Ands or…” pose that is forever immortalized in bronze at the front of the Riviera. Fifty women from Las Vegas and around the world stood hip-to-hip, to the delight of passers-by on the Las Vegas Strip.

Read more about “Crazy Girls” topless revue in this week's edition of Dianne Davis' column.

Gary Waddell Honored by CASA Foundation at 22nd Annual Child Advocacy Recognition Gala

Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Foundation honored Gary Waddell as Child Advocate of the Year at 22nd Annual Child Advocacy Recognition Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 6, at The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino®.  KLAS – TV 8 anchor Dave Courvoisier acted as Master of Ceremonies for the evening, which served to recognize numerous CASA volunteers and members of the community for their outstanding contributions to the CASA program, which provides voices to the abused and neglected children in Clark County’s foster care program.

Other award recipients included: Kathy Espin, President’s Award; Kim Le, Outstanding Case Manager; Bonnie Mays, Excellence Award; KC Caraballo, Gail Dennis, Larry Dreihaupt, Diane Epstein and Olivia Fisher, Outstanding Service Award; Alison Brasier, Diane Climer, Heather McCusker, Patricia Pimentel, Fred Rutberg, Renee Rivera-Shaffer and Vicki Simons, CASA New Comers Award.

CASA Foundation raises funds to support the CASA volunteers and benefit the foundation’s initiative of providing foster care children with clothing, tutoring, school supplies, scholarships and other necessities while they make their journey to a permanent home.

Gary Waddell accepts the 2012 Child Advocate of the Year Award.  He was honored at CASA Foundation’s 22nd Annual Child Advocacy Recognition Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 6 at The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino®.

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Child Advocate of the Year recipient Gary Waddell pictured with Laura Norton, president of CASA Foundation and KLAS – TV 8 Anchor Dave Courvoisier who acted as Master of Ceremonies at the 22nd Annual Child Advocacy Recognition Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 6.  Courvoisier is a previous recipient of the Child Advocate of the Year award.
Photo credit: Reason Photography

Sheldon and Dr. Miriam Adelson were among the 400 guests who attended CASA Foundation’s 22nd Annual Child Advocacy Recognition Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 6.  Dr. Miriam Adelson is a previous recipient of Child Advocate of the Year award.

Photo credit: Reason Photography

Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak pictured with CASA volunteer June Drao, and CASA Program staff member Mike Samuel at CASA Foundation’s 22nd Annual Child Advocacy Recognition Dinner on Saturday, Oct. 6.
Photo credit: Reason Photography

Blue Man Group Lands At New Home With Mesmerizing Skydive Arrival At Monte Carlo Resort And Casino

Blue Man Group, the international entertainment phenomenon, partnered with Red Bull to mark the launch of its latest awe-inspiring show at its new home Monte Carlo Resort and Casino , Wednesday morning, October 10. The Blue Men, trained by the Red Bull Air Force, completed a sensational leap from 7,000-feet above the property, landing in front of their new home on Rue De Monte Carlo to celebrate opening day of the new production.

“Creating thrilling, exploratory and thought-provoking moments that make an impact on people is what Blue Man Group strives for every day,” said Phil Stanton, Blue Man Group Founder. “We are excited to share our first new show in 20 years with Las Vegas. We knew we needed a big moment to mark this occasion and skydiving into our new home seemed like the perfect fit.”

Blue Man Group skydive
Photo credit: Erik Kabik

Blue Man Group
Photo credit: Erik Kabik

Onlookers from The Strip witnessed the spectacular sight and upon landing, Blue Man Group was greeted by Founders Chris Wink and Phil Stanton, Monte Carlo General Manager Patrick Miller, and Las Vegas icon and Chair of the LVCVA’s Host Committee Oscar Goodman. Following the dramatic stunt, Blue Man Group headed inside to Blue Man Theater to celebrate the move to its new home on the Las Vegas Strip. Blue Man Group performed with their signature paint drums and flipped a switch, illuminating the theater entrance symbolizing the new beginning.

Guests will enjoy the dramatic changes to Blue Man Group’s first new show in 20 years. Each day, 45 minutes prior to the first show, the energy kicks off with a dazzling procession of musical joy and luminescence, which can best be described as an energetic percussive parade designed by a mad scientist. The surging, intoxicating beat fills the casino as Blue Man Group launches a Percussipede, a musical centipede of percussion instruments, musicians, robots and puppets co-created with world-renowned 3-D designer Michael Curry.

Blue Man Group with Chris Wink and Phil Stanton
Photo credit: Erik Kabik

The mega-enhanced experience continues inside Blue Man Theater and presents a thrilling, energy-infused combination of the signature pieces Blue Man Group is known for while introducing playful personalities and dynamic new instruments. The incredible journey includes the introduction of Kukas, humorous assembly-line robots, a sassy humanoid Showbot, as well as an exploration of the human brain through the fascinating Brain Drum. The audience will also experience the joy of a set of giant Smoke Drums that emit mystical, ethereal smoke rings out into the world and a Neuronulum, a newly crafted pipe-instrument worn by the Blue Men which provides musical and visual pulses of energy across a theater-wide neural landscape.

Chris Wink, Blue Man Group Founder, said, “Our creative team has been working for two years to propel Blue Man Group’s indescribable celebration of art, technology and music to a whole new level for the Monte Carlo production. Audience members will be enveloped in a one-of-a-kind, colorful and interactive experience that only Blue Man Group can provide.”

The first show at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino took place Wednesday night, October 10 at 7 p.m.

New Wax Figure of Pop Superstar Madonna Unveiled at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas unveiled a new wax figure of pop superstar Madonna on Thursday morning October 11.  The figure arrived just in time for fans to strike a pose with it before her sold-out Las Vegas shows on Oct. 13 and 14. Surrounded by Roman gladiators, the figure was inspired by Madonna’s 2012 Super Bowl performance. Famous London designer Philip Treacy, whose work has been worn in Sex and the City, Harry Potter and at the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, created the headdress.

Madonna wax figure
Photo credit: Bill Hughes

Madonna wax figure flanked by Roman guards
Photo credit: Bill Hughes

Additional recent and upcoming “happenings” in and around Las Vegas include:

The music of local favorite JEREMY  CORNWELL fills Hyde Bellagio every Thursday evening from 8 –11 p.m. The Fountains of Bellagio will dance in the background as guests sip signature cocktails, share gourmet small bites and kick back to Cornwell’s unique “one-man-band” act that replicates a full ensemble.

'Celebrity Magician' MURRAY's  limited engagement at the Tropicana Hotel & Casino  was so successful that they have asked MURRAY to stay as a resident headliner at the hotel till 2013 throughout the holidays.  Murray is currently the ONLY Headliner at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino.


“Shades of Temptation,” a sinfully sexy show that explores the forbidden and ignites excitement, opened at The Broadway Theater inside New York New York Hotel & Casino on Friday, Oct. 12. The sizzling show will perform Tuesday – Sunday (dark Monday) at 10:30 p.m.

The cast of stunning women and gorgeous men includes American Idol vocalist David Hernandez. Tickets start at $49.95 each, plus tax and service charges.

The UNLV DEPARTMENT OF DANCE presents its fourth concert with the KOREAN NATIONAL SPORTS UNIVERSITY entitled “TOGETHER 4” at 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 19 and at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20 in the Judy Bayley Theatre.

The partnership involves performance exchanges of concert venues, with the exchange concert performed a week later in Seoul, Korea at the Korean National Sports University.

A reconstruction of one of Erick Hawkins’ classics opens the UNLV portion of the concert. Department of dance chair, Louis Kavouras, a disciple of the Hawkins technique and one of the leading authorities on Hawkins’ archival works, has meticulously housed the costumes and recreated the work by studying original music, deciphering movement symbols, and artfully analyzing notes written in Hawkins’ handwriting.

The second work is musically composed and choreographed by Beth Mehocic. Keena Davis is the guest alumni performer in this modern work with Asian motifs.Rounding off the concert is a 20-minute collaborative extravaganza of music, graphic art, and choreography. Tickets are $18 general admission, and $10 for seniors, students, military, disabled, and UNLV faculty and staff

Legendary guitarist and former member of The Eagles, DON FELDER will perform at the Pearl inside Palms Casino Resort on October 20, at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $34, plus any additional service fees.

MATISYAHU, the popular Jewish reggae artist, performs a special concert, 11 p.m. on October 20, at Moon Nightclub inside Palms Casino Resort.

Smash Magazine presents ROOTS REGGAE UPRISING featuring Tribal Seeds, along with special guests Fortunate Youth, ForTwentyDaze, HaleAmanO, One Pin Short and more on Saturday, October 20 at Henderson Events Plaza (200 S. Water Street). Gates open at 4 p.m. Tickets are $17 in advance, $21 day of show, plus any service charges.

The 2ND ANNUAL ASIAN FOOD FESTIVAL will be held at the  Silverton Casino Hotel parking lot on Saturday, October 20 from noon – midnight and Sunday, October 21 from noon – 10 p.m. The festival celebrates the delicious and diverse tastes of Asian cuisine and will also feature carnival rides, martial arts exhibitions, cultural performances, celebrity chefs and specialty vendors. Partial proceeds to benefit Ronald McDonald House for Asian American Pacific Islander Scholarships. Tickets and more information are available online.

The UNLV Barrick Museum will be closed for the installation of upgraded lighting, courtesy of Rise & Shine Lighting, October 25 - November 17, re-opening Monday, November 19.

The UNLV Performing Arts Center and UNLV Department of Music welcome the Grammy Award-winning PARKER QAURTET, hailed by The New York Times as “something extraordinary,” at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 23 as part of the Chamber Music Series.

The quartet – Daniel Chong, violin; Karen Kim, violin; Jessica Bodner, viola; and Kee-Hyun Kim, cello – will perform works by Arvo Pärt, Benjamin Britten, and Franz Schubert.

Tickets  are $25 and can be purchased at the Performing Arts Center Box Office at 895-ARTS (2787) or by visiting Student rush tickets are $10 each (not inclusive of the facilities fee), and available one hour prior to each event, based on availability and with valid student I.D. UNLV faculty and staff discounts also are available. A $1.25 facilities fee, in addition to the ticket price, is charged on all Performing Arts Center tickets.

The UNLV Performing Arts Center welcomes The Acting Company in a very special performance of John Steinbeck’s OF MICE AND MEN at 7 p.m. on Sunday, October 21 in Artemus Ham Concert Hall.

Tickets to Of Mice and Men are $30-$40-$55 and can be purchased at the Performing Arts Center Box Office at 895-ARTS (2787) or by visiting Student rush tickets are $13 each (not inclusive of the facilities fee), and available one hour prior to each event, based on availability and with valid student I.D. UNLV faculty and staff discounts also are available.

Local starlet, co-star in E!’s “Holly’s World” and featured “ABSINTHE” performer ANGEL PORRINO, will take on the guest starring role of “Bo Peep”  in PEEPSHOW, Las Vegas’ only striptease spectacular, from October 22-December 2, 2012. A highly-trained dancer, Porrino will perform alongside a sizzling ensemble of sexy showgirls handpicked from Broadway, TV and film. Porrino will join the cast until the highly-anticipated debut of new headliner Coco Austin from E!’s, “Ice Loves Coco” takes over the lead role as “Bo Peep” on December 3.

The LAS VEGAS IMPROVISATIONAL PLAYERS will conjure up the spirit of laughter, music and fun with an all new, Halloween-themed improv show on Saturday, October 22 at 7:00pm.

The improvised comedy and music show will be held at the American Heritage Academy, located at 6126 South Sandhill Road in Las Vegas. Tickets are only $10 and available for purchase at the door which opens at 6:40 p.m.

The ONE ISLAND TOUR featuring Island reggae-roots bands BAMBU STATION AND INNA VISION comes to Hard Rock Cafe on the Strip, Wednesday, October 24.Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 day of show.

The highly acclaimed stand-up comedy show SIN CITY COMEDY will open at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino starting Oct. 25. Combining world-class comedy with sinfully sexy burlesque the show will delight guests at the Sin City Theatre on the Mezz level nightly at 9 p.m. Tickets are priced at $48.50 and $37.50.

The Duke of Fremont Street, an internationally known poker legend, will again host the “PINSTRIPES & POLKA DOTS” FUNDRAISER AND POKER TOURNAMENT AND SILENT AUCTION at the Golden Nugget in Las Vegas, on Friday, October 26.  Doors open at 6 p.m. and “cards in the air” at 8 p.m. The event will benefit the Clark County Museum Guild, which supports the preservation of Southern Nevada history and culture at the Clark County Museum. It is open to the public and will include a celebrity Bounty “Hit List” featuring professional poker players - World Series Of Poker Champion Tom McEvoy, “JJ” Liu, Sam O’Connor, Roberto Mercer, Karina & Chip Jett, and Aaron Michaljevich; local celebrities – Vinnie Favorito, Howie Locke, and Robert Nash; sports great – Michael Brown; and well known TV personalities –the “Pawn Stars” with Mark Hall-Patton.

Those in attendance are encouraged to “dust off your Pinstripes and shake out your Polka Dots!” as a themed “vintage” costume contest will also take place during the event.  The buy-in for the tournament is $100 with unlimited $20 re-buys for the first hour. The last ten players standing will receive compensation in the form of prizes with the final three playing for a purse of $1000. Players who have fulfilled the “contracts” on the “Hit List” and the costume contest winners will also receive prizes. For more information on the event, please visit or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. or call the Clark County Museum Guild, 702-455-0104.

Win-Win Entertainment, a nonprofit for nonprofits, is hosting its launch event “A WIN-WIN PROPOSITION: AN INAUGURAL BENEFIT” on Sunday, October 28, 2012 at 2 p.m in The Showroom at South Point.  Performers include The Las Vegas Tenors, The Australian Bee Gees Show, Nathan Burton, The Skating Aratas, and surprises of one-time-only collaborations.

The event provides the opportunity to showcase to non-profit attendees how Win-Win Entertainment can help them meet their fundraising goals. All proceeds from this event will go towards covering the operational expenses of Win-Win Entertainment, with the goal of providing entertainment to charities at absolutely no cost to them. General admission tickets can be purchased at

JABBAWOCKEEZ will add a new visual arts element to its successful show "MUS.I.C.” by featuring famed performance painter DAVID GARIBALDI in select October shows at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. Fans can experience the inspirational combination of artistic expression and music during two weeks of dynamic performances until the final “MÜS.I.C.” show Tuesday, Oct. 30. Guests can witness Garibaldi’s work during the following performances:  October 21 – 23 at 7 p.m.;  October 25 – 26 at 9:30 p.m. and October 28 – 30 at 7 p.m. Jabbawockeez performs “MÜS.I.C.” at the Monte Carlo Pavilion Sunday – Tuesday at 7 p.m., Thursday – Friday at 9:30 p.m. and Saturday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Tickets start at $60.50, not including applicable service charges and taxes.

Ex-professional bull rider and two-time world champion JUSTIN MCBRIDE will showcase his musical side at VEIL PAVILION at the Silverton Casino Hotel , 10:30 p.m Friday, October 26, Doors 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance; $25 day of show

The UNLV SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, led by music director and conductor Taras Krysa, hosts its annual "SPOOKTACULAR” CONCERT AND COSTUME CONTEST at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31 in Artemus Ham Concert Hall. General admission tickets are $10 and avaiable at or by calling 895-ARTS (2787).

The LAS VEGAS HALLOWEEN PARADE returns for its third annual event on Wednesday, October 31 at 7 p.m. The parade, free and for all ages, will include art cars, music, fire performances, a costume contest, giant puppets, mobile artworks and the unexpected by the wonderful, imaginative people of Las Vegas.

The parade begins on Garces and Fourth Street (just North of Charleston Blvd.) and ends on Third Street between Ogden and Stewart for the huge FREE after Party! The best places to watch the parade are North or South of Fremont Street on Fourth Street.

The world’s most iconic rock band, GUNS N’ ROSES, begin their first-ever residency Appetite for Democracy at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino beginning Wednesday, October 31 The band will play 12 mind-blowing shows through Saturday, November 24. Ticket prices start at $45 (plus applicable services fees).

Celebrity Sightings:

Thursday, Oct. 4...

The eclectic foursome GROUPLOVE brought BLVD Social Club - Thursdays Live at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to a close with a bang.

Photo credit: © Bryan Steffy / WireImage

Photo credit: © Bryan Steffy / WireImage

Photo credit: © Bryan Steffy / WireImage

Friday night, October 5...

Chris Paul and his teammates from the Los Angeles Clippers including Lamar Odom, Grant Hill, Chauncey Billups, Matt Barnes and Blake Griffin dined at TAO Restaurant.

The NBA stars then headed up to the nightclub where Chris Paul had a specially-planned birthday surprise for teammate and NBA journeyman Grant Hill, who turned 40 on Friday. Hill was presented with a birthday cake as the entire club joined his teammates in singing him Happy Birthday.

Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Grant Hill and Lamar Odom with TAO Cake
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Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and Lamar Odom at TAO Buddah
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Grant Hill with TAO Cake
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Later in the night, a parade of lights led the way through the club as another cake surprised the Clippers team with "All I Do Is Win" written on it.  Actor Colin Hanks, eldest son of actor Tom Hanks, joined by his wife and friends, was spotted at Marquee Nightclub

LA Clippers
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Brothers, Albie and Chris Manzo from The Real Housewives of New Jersey hosted LAVO's Stereo Saturdays in celebration of their bottled drinks, BLK Water. The Bravo reality stars first stopped for a few photos on the red carpet then were joined by a group of friends as they dined on LAVO's signature Italian dishes. Afterwards, they headed into the nightclub where they were joined by their uncle and fellow Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member Chris Laurita.

Manzo Brothers Chris and Albie
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At TAO Nightclub, Busta Rhymes continued the Columbus Day Weekend celebration and hosted the night.

Busta Rhymes
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Saturday afternoon Oct. 6, Actress Heather Locklear and her ex-husband, rocker Richard “Richie” Sambora were spotted enjoying lunch with family and friends at Lombardi’s Romagna Mia inside Miracle Mile Shops, Las Vegas

Sunday night, October 7, English actor Russell Brand and “Dancing With the Stars” diva Julianne Hough were spotted with a group of friends at Simon Restaurant & Lounge at Palms Place.

At Marquee, DJ Times Magazine and Pioneer DJ celebrated Markus Schulz, who was voted America's Best DJ for 2012 by fans nationwide. Markus was presented his award, a golden mixer by Pioneer DJ, as he walked the red carpet at After Glow, Glow Run's block party in downtown Las Vegas before headlining the night at Marquee Nightclub.

Markus Schulz
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Markus Schulz performance at Marquee
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Markus Schulz
Photo Credit: Brenton Ho, Powers Imagery

Markus also shared the special moment with the entire crowd of club-goers as he was announced DJ Times' America's Best DJ with roaring applause.

Earlier that day at Marquee Dayclub, Holly Madison was spotted with Josh Strickland and her beau Pasquale Rotella while Dirty South and Alesso gave the crowd a special treat as they tag-teamed on the turntables, closing Marquee's party pool season with one final bang.

America's Best DJ + Marquee Nightclub
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Marquee Dayclub
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Monday, Oct. 8...

Stunning showgirls from the Luxor Hotel & Casino show, FANTASY, hosted an industry party at Bare Pool Lounge at The Mirage Hotel & Casino.

FANTASY’s Koree, Yesi, Tracey and Delicia pose in VIP area
Photo Credit: Gabe Zapata/Hot Box Photo Booths

Tuesday afternoon, October 9...

Famed artist and “The Voice” host Cee Lo Green stopped by for a tour of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in downtown Las Vegas. Cee Lo was able to get a closer look at the work done at the Center and met with Larry Ruvo, founder of Keep Memory Alive, the organization which raises awareness and funds in support of Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health’s work towards the treatment and research of neurocognitive disorders.

History Channel’s Corey Harrison of the hit reality series “Pawn Stars” visited Social House located inside Crystals at CityCenter. Harrison was accompanied by Theo Spyer, General Manager of the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.

Thursday night, October 11, Cee Lo Green was spotted at Strip House at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. ‘The Voice’ coach and soon-to-be Vegas headliner was joined by his family in a private dining room.

Saturday night, October 13...

R&B icon Ginuwine celebrated his 42nd birthday at LAX Nightclub located inside Luxor Hotel and Casino. Shortly after his arrival and before performing for the crowd, a gorgeous group of cocktail servers presented him with a two tiered, black and silver birthday cake that was suitably decorated with black music notes.

Ginuwine performs at LAX
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Ginuwine with birthday cake
Photo credit: Powers Imagery LLC.

At LAVO, actress Jennifer Morrison celebrated the bachelorette party of her good friend Lauren Whelan. Joined by a group of female friends, the ladies dined at LAVO Restaurant before making their way up to the nightclub. Not long after arriving, Jennifer surprised Lauren with a three tier cake congratulating the bride, complete with a diamond ring accessory on top

Former Disney star and Red State actor Nicholas Braun was also spotted enjoying dinner with a small group of friends at LAVO.

Earlier in the day, LAVO celebrated the return of the Saturday Champagne Brunch party, featuring DJ Lema.

Jennifer Morrison (left) and Lauren Whelan
Photo Credit: Al Powers, Powers Imagery

Jennifer Morrison throws bachelorette party for Lauren Whelan
Photo Credit: Al Powers, Powers Imagery

Rocker Tommy Lee partied with his girlfriend Sofia Toufa (a.k.a. SOFI), at Rain Nightclub in Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. The former Mötley Crüe member and 15 friends enjoyed SOFI’s special performance at the nightclub.

SOFI is a Bulgarian pop-folk and ethno-pop singer who most recently collaborated with Deadmau5 for his album 4x4=12.

Before the performance, Tommy Lee and his friends dined at N9NE Steakhouse.

Afterwards, Tommy went into the kitchen and signed Executive Chef Barry Dakake’s “shakedown door.”

SOFI with friends at Rain nightclub
Photo credit: Joe Fury

Tommy Lee with Chef Barry Dakake
Photo credit: Joe Fury

Sunday, October 14, actress Rose McGowan, joined by friend and actor Joel Michaely, was spotted taking in the view of the Las Vegas Strip while dining on the terrace at LAVO Restaurant.

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